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Choose from 288 pictures in our Trial collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Sketches at the Crippen trial Featured Print

Sketches at the Crippen trial

The Most Sensational Trial for Many Years. Sketches in court at the trial of Dr Hawley Harvey Crippen, accused of (and later hanged for) the murder of his wife Cora, known on the stage as Belle Elmore. The sketches include the jury examining an exhibit; Dr Crippen comparing the pattern of the fragment of flannel found with some of his old pyjamas; and Mr Muir cross-examining Crippen under the watchful eye of the Lord Chief Justice, Lord Alverstone

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Trial of Anchors at the Royal Dockyard, Sheerness, July 1852 Featured Print

Trial of Anchors at the Royal Dockyard, Sheerness, July 1852

Engraving of a trial of various anchor designs, held at the Royal Dockyard Sheerness, from the Illustrated London News, 17th July 1852. This trial was held in the presence of mercantile shipowners and an Admiralty committee, in order to test the holding power of a number of anchors. These included the New Admiralty, Aylen's, Rodger's, Mitcheson's, Honibal's, Isaac's, Lenox's and Trotman's improved Porter anchor. Trotman's anchor was declared the winner

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Ilford murders - personalities in the case Featured Print

Ilford murders - personalities in the case

Personalities at the time of the trial of Frederick Bywaters and Mrs. Edith Thompson, who were accused and later hung for the murder of Thompson's husband, Percy Thompson. Pictured are the Solicitor General Mr. T.W.H Inskip, the counsel for Mrs Thompson, Sir Henry Curtis Bennett and the counsel for Frederick Bywaters, Mr Cecil White-Ley. The Judge, Mr Justice Shearman, who sentenced the prisoners to death, is also pictured, Date: 1922

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans